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it is unsafe to use pocket -- there may be times when it is unsafe to use bucket trucks. but be sure that we will be out there. >> it is likely we will have one more weather event to contend with this week. ava marie has been monitoring a system for saturday. >> this will allow colder air to spill into the state. that could bring the rain further south into maryland, maybe delaware as well. places that did not get the snow on the christmas holiday may very well see it on saturday. >> and maryland state highway officials tell us they are preparing for the possibility of a storm on saturday by preparing salt trucks. wbal tv-11 news. >> you can track the storms anywhere you are. try our new iphone and android apps. you can get the forecast any day at wbaltv.com. just click on weather. >> a man was murdered by his own girlfriend, and detectives say she did not back to world. asia la'trice cutler is accused of killing donte harris. police say that shanda cure and another woman helped her carry it out and they are charged as accessories. cutler told police that she found her boyfriend shot in the
was pulled out. it is not clear when the school will be used. >> investigators are gathering what they call cigna to get evidence. it will not discuss what has been seized the gunman's home computer may not reveal much. it was smashed and torn apart. >> it is great to take some time to do that. >> it will take some time to interview the more than 100 witnesses including at some point the children who survived the attack. >> is a very tender issue. and i can tell you that any interviews with any children will be done with professionals, with parents, and with investigators. >> one that can only come after the heart wrenching process for these kids in this community. when say one final goodbye. it is an emotional struggle they will be forced to renew and repeat 26 times here. >> schools across the country are taking extra time to make sure everyone feels secure on school grounds after the incident. that includes schools in baltimore city. lisa robinson joins us from north baltimore with that part of the story. >> school districts reporting things have been quiet and they have been hearing fro
the next five years. rob roblin join us now with more details. >> this is a lot of money that is going to help these communities quite a bit. the money is going to do things like getting development in the communities, school projects and neighborhood improvements. today's announcement is an effort by the university to improve and strengthen the communities that surround john hopkins university. >> it is clear that the interest of our neighbors, safe streetings, the elimination of dilapidated properties is the interest of our combruferte. off all, the future of john hopkins is linked to the community and we're deeply, deeply committed to baltimore's success. >> it will be $10 million over the next five years for community projects that will be chosen with the residents that live in the neighborhoods. >> it is our hope that john hopkins will serve as a model. by demonstrating that the vitally of the neighborhood surrounding the institution is critical, critical to the strength and the growth of those institutions. >> john hopkins is committed to leveraging investments as well as its pur
, not around us and what they're doing to prepare for the storm. -- nadia ramdas. >> many people including the road crews are preparing for the possible third storm this week. right behind me, one of the locations where they will be loading up on salt to keep the roads safe. maryland state highway administration officials deployed cruise early today pretreating roads with salt to help keep roads safe even before this hits. the cruise will be brought in at midnight -- the crews will come in at midnight and will be fully deployed in the metro area. we will have up to 2400 trucks statewide. as they prepare for the possible winter weather, state highway officials say motorists should be prepared as well. >> if you have a winter survival kit in your car, that's a good time to think about making one. it is never a good idea to travel at the onset of a storm. plan ahead and travel if you can. >> they are asking motorists tonight to try to delay travel tomorrow if the storm hits the area. by delaying travel come it will allow the crews to clean up areas and ultimately make it safer. live in north
at republican demands for deeper spending cuts. >> shove spending cuts at us. >> so much for the gop. >> a bigger deal is, will a deal get done? >> whatever happens are does not happen before midnight, this partisan more on taxes and spending is sure to continue well into 2013. steve handelsman, wbal-tv 11 news. >> as we wait for word of the deal, lawmakers in washington are under close scrutiny. that is because the alternative will impact almost every american. we are joined by nikole killion, who is live in washington to explain. >> some analysts say this is more of fiscal slope rather than a cliff, since the effects would be gradual, rather than a straight free fall. either way, it could be a long way down. >> higher taxes in 2013. >> 2013, taxes go up. >> several tax breaks expire and the tax policy center estimates the average household would face a tax hike of almost $3,500 in the new year. >> that means less money to buy groceries and pay the bills. >> consequence number two, delayed refunds. >> as many as 1 million taxpayers may get their money back late without a fix to the
to work through funerals for 26 victims, most of them first graders. our correspondent joins us from newtown with the latest. >> good evening from newtown, conn., where it has been another rough day. students gathering to mourn two more classmates. the pain of saying goodbye has become part of everyday now in newtown. this grieving community buried two more at first graders today. jessica rekos led to plan and organize so much, their family calls per their ceo. james mattioli ended most of his days cuddled on the couch with his mom. >> they kept saying -- the boy had a big gun and a little gun. i could not -- i could not fathom what they were talking about. >> he found the boys huddled in his yard after they ran past the gunman to escape. >> the two boys just started talking. i had no idea what happened. they said "we can go back into the school." -- we cannot go back into the school. because our teacher is gone." >> students did go back today, except those from sandy hook elementary. every campus had extra security. >> i do not think you are ever ready. i think that as much as thing
feet. the rescuers had to use a hook and ladder truck. it took about 45 minutes. no word on that man's condition. >> with homicides in baltimore over the 200 mark police are knocking on a lot of doors. they are trying to get known criminals you have a the street. jayne miller spent most of the morning with one of the police squad and she join us live with that story. >> police are trying to several things to respond to the spike in shootings. every city officer must spend two days per week on foot control. and they are using two weeks to find people with a his history of violent crime. it may be the holiday season but city police aren't in much of a giving mood. their purpose for staying business like these is a stepped up effort to get people associated with vie lention you have a the street. he runs the effort. >> targeting violent offenders in the city, running backgrounds, we know they are wanted for violence. >> the two week warrant to serve outstanding warrants. homicides in baltimore fell below 200 last year but this year they have pasted that benchmark. as of this morning the
. >> that is right. >> you can track the snow using our apps. get the updated forecast every day at wbaltv.com. he frantically used his cell phone to call for help. when police arrived they arrested and charged him in the murder of his son. he was indicted today. the troubling details he told police. indicted by a baltimore city grand jury, dion ware remains in central booking. it was november 26 when baltimore city police arrived at this apartment building on the 300 block of east 27th street. he was asking someone passing miti used his cell phone to call 911. we're told he checked on his son and noticed the infant was making a strange noise like he was having trouble breathing. we're told police picked up his son and tried to assess -- resuscitate him. he realized he was pushing too hard while doing cpr. he admitted holding his son and claimed as he tried to put the child into the playpen, he fell out of his arms and fell to the hardwood floor, striking his face. he picked of his son and wiped his face and put him in the playpen. he noticed that troubles having trouble breathing. he observed his
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